Booked myself the Premier room as most of the other room type is small size. Quite pricey but good location to near by restaurant and night life bar. Its a 10-15 min walk to China town and popular satay and seafood place called Lau Pa sat. The room design quite decent and clean. Night sleep is ok but the pillow is a bit hard. Mini bar is free and there a small Nespresso machine to use. Their open lounge area is still under maintenance. So there no place to have a meal or do my work stuff if you want fresh air from your room. Booked a 1 hour evening slot at their beautiful rooftop. Got to say, its was quite lit and amazing experience chilling by the jacuzzi with a cold drinks. They don't allow visitor to join so as to maintain the unique vibe.
Good to stay, nice location near to 2 mrt / Chinatown and clarke quay , located at central area , Helpful and friendly staff. Even the room is small but worth it with the prices. Keep it up a good service,
Stayed here for a couple of nights and the location was great, easy to get around and I personally found the staff to be helpful whenever I needed something. The room was small and there was a bit of noise from the bars and traffic below but my room was facing the road. Price wise was a little high but it is difficult to get value for money hotels in Singapore. At least I enjoyed my stay. Thanks Matt from Sydney
Hotel NuVe Elements markets itself as a new, renovated hotel but that is false. The rooms are tiny and dirty and have seen better days. The entire wall in our room was bubbling up from water damage and the paint was peeling off. Our shower was clogged with the water not draining at all and our room was not cleaned on the second day. When I went up to reception to ask why housekeeping had skipped our room (we had no toilet paper, soap, clean towels), they tried to blame us and say we put the Do Not Disturb sign up, even though we didn't. The overall hotel just looks like they gave up on maintaining it a long time ago. Avoid!!!
I booked here in late July. The room was NOTHING like it appeared online - mould & an old toothbrush in the bathroom, hair on the bed, concrete on half the floor and rooms were tiny. A camera was still up in the room (although not working) I think they used these rooms for Covid quarantine. Not to mention the whole place felt dodgy and not at all like a hotel. I was catfished! I am not picky and have stayed at hostels in Europe and never had an issue. I was disappointed and left scrambling to find new accommodation at last minute.
I stayed at this hotel specifically for the hot tub. The hot tub was moved from 7th floor to 5th and not usable because of maintenance needing to be done on 7th and 6th floor. My room had dirty floors and shower. Toilet was disconnected from floor which made it wobbly to sit on. The rooms are much smaller than i expected. This stay was NOT worth the money being charged.
Location is strategic, walking distance to the metro and many eateries and restaurants. Check-in by Ally was smooth and prompt, Fish from Frontdesk was also friendly and efficient. Clever room layout for space maximising, sufficient number of power points including USB charging. The queen room we had was adequate for us though not sufficiently spacious if you have more than one huge luggage or need to have more wardrobe space. Housekeeping had done a good job as the room was well maintained. Bathroom was brightly lit and water pressure was good.
This was a new offering in my Chase travel portfolio. It looked promising online, so when I went to Singapore, I just showed up at the hotel and booked what was available. My room could very well be what's in the photo here: King-sized bed, TV, big shower and just enough room for my one-night stay. This is very convenient to the financial district and Chinatown. The best part was the hot-tub on the roof, which you can reserve for one-hour segments at night. It was the perfect remedy for my 17-hour flight from the U.S.
Our room (superior king) was fantastic! Comfortable bed and clean linen! Other surrounding hotel should stand aside from this astounding new hotel with concept. In overall, my stay was good and the hotel staff is very friendly too!
Can’t say I was overly impressed at all. For a heafty price tag ($250SGD) for 1 night, the room was less than adequate. I’ve not stayed in anything smaller ever. After opening the door, things went downhill from we couldn’t even get the bags through the door without moving them into them into the shower area. There is just no space. Once inside, we noticed the bed makes the room feel so tiny, pressed right up against 3 of 4 walls. The toilet is INSIDE of the shower, which makes no sense to me at all. Nor does the faux wood flooring of the “wet areas”. Alarming to see a hotel that has only just opened with what appears to be mouldy plasterboard in said “wet areas” as a result of inadequate waterproofing. I’m no expert, but I know exposed plasterboard should not be in an area like a shower. Was also disappointed to find building dust and hair on the floor in both the “bathroom” and the “bedroom”. The bed was comfortable although tiny. This was not a problem for us being only 5’ but for the average adult, super not ideal. It’s location is decent and the free mini bar is a plus too, but there’s not much more than that, that is positive, especially given the price. Disappointing for what I had anticipated to be a really great new hotel. Very different size-wise compared to the artist impression images of the room that were provided at time of booking.…